Best Signs from ESPN's 'College GameDay' Week 4

Ken Chin@@thekenchinSocial Media StaffSeptember 20, 2014

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ESPN's College GameDay is spending the day in Tallahassee, Florida for the pivotal matchup between No. 22 Clemson and No. 1 Florida State. 

All eyes will be on Florida State and how it deals with the suspension of Heisman Trophy winner and star quarterback Jameis Winston, who will miss the game for his actions in an off-the-field incident

That being said, it's to be expected that Winston will be the target of many College GameDay signs. Perhaps the only positive thing about this situation is the game is being played at the home of the Seminoles and not at Clemson. 

Backup FSU quarterback Sean Maguire is the most popular guy in town right now. 

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Jean shorts aren't a good look. 

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Chuck Norris approved.  

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We can't forget about Red Lighting. 

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Shellfish. Get it? 

More Jameis Winston fun.  

Nice.  

The Claw always wins.  

And of course, Lee Corse picked FSU.  

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 [ESPN] 

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